5 years without a new car, and the Saab flags are still blowing in the wind? More than ever ! Saab is rock'n roll, as the clear emails in my mailbox prove. Fancy Saab pictures? The most beautiful dream cars from southern Sweden appear on the blog at the end of the week.
Saab 9-5 NG meets Bauhaus
The 9-5 II is a design highlight made from Trollhättan. So off to Dessau ... Hans from Switzerland was on tour through Germany with his Saab 9-5 NG. 2.100 kilometers, the Saab likes the German highways, especially the free eastern part, where free travel is possible ...
He sends us pictures from Dessau. German architecture meets Scandinavian designer piece. Fantastic!
Saab 9-3x in Denmark
Martin is a daily blog reader, remains loyal to Saab as long as there is still a drivable Saab somewhere. In addition, he writes us, he is one of those super-patient people who are still hoping for the comeback of our brand. He is not alone in this, there is always hope.
He drives a rare Saab 9-3x. Low production numbers make the 9-3 an off-road look an insider tip - another dream car “Made by Trollhättan”. The picture was taken during the summer vacation at the southernmost end of the country. That would have been a great photo for our competition ...
Saab in the snow
Fails (yet) to the season. No matter ! Saab four-wheel in the snow is fun, a lot even.
Andrè enjoys his Saab 9-3 XWD with manual transmission. In Davos, his homeland, there is still a lot of snow in winter. The XWD, equipped ex works with sports suspension and 19 ″ rims, is the perfect snowmobile. A real car, as Andrè writes.
Rushing through the snow with four-wheel drive Saab is fun. See photo !
Turbo X - true love
Already noticed, dear reader? The fans in the south have the upper hand in this article. Maybe it's because we love southern lights Saab in particular? Like Giovanni from Italy.
He drove a 9-3 V6 in front of the Turbo X, but always wanted a four-wheel drive Saab. The request was heard, Saab gave the Turbo X to the world. An absolute dream car with world-class sound. Giovanni drives one of them. True love - as he says.
Saab 9-3 Aero on the glacier
The Saab 9-3 Aero with hatchback and Viggen Body Kit, built from 2001 to 2002, is a big piece of turbo. As a deer version with even more power, he is fed up and becomes a strong rarity. The liter output is well above that of a 911 Carrera from 2001, any questions? Akos from Munich often travels in Switzerland with his 9-3.
With the “Steering Rack Clamp” and subframe - refined according to blog advice - the Aero confidently brings the turbo power to the road, robbing alpine passes is fun. The brakes can still be improved, says Akos. Correct, what is acceptable for the Aero series is just a compromise with the 9-3 Aero Hirsch. Not a good one - the topic will still occupy us on the blog.
The Aero rims from the 9-3 II look great on the Saab 9-3 Aero Coupe, as does the steel-gray paintwork. The Saab 9-3 hatchback is a Drömbil - soon another topic on the blog.
Saab 9-3 Aero 2014 and Saab 9-5 2012 sports car
When it comes to dream cars, these cars cannot be missing. Josef Zabel owns the largest Saab collection in Germany. Its halls on the Lower Rhine are a delicious paradise for big boys.
When can you watch a 2014 9-3 Aero from NEVS and a 9-5 NG sportswear together? Forget the mass produced by Ferrari, Bentley, McLaren, Lamborghini and Co! This is more exclusive, casual!
The SAABblog.net team wishes all Saab fans a great weekend with the dream cars from Trollhättan! The weather is good, the sun is shining. Enjoy the time !